Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s ‘Top Docs’ Honored by Boston Magazine
Dec 1, 2015
Forty one physicians, across almost every specialty, represented in this year’s list Burlington, MA (November 30, 2015) – Forty one members of Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s (LHMC) medical staff were honored as top rated
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Helps Open Women’s Health Center in Jordan
Dec 1, 2015
The Al Khalidi Hospital & Medical Center in Jordan, alongside physicians and administrators from Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, recently celebrated the grand opening of the first privately run women’s health center in the Middle East. From
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is first in Massachusetts to Implant New Heart Device
Jun 8, 2015
Innovative Watchman Device is an alternative treatment for patients with non valvular atrial fibrillation and has been shown to reduce patients’ risk of stroke BURLINGTON, MA (June 8, 2015) – Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, is thrilled to
Dr. Pamela Cipriano, President of American Nurses Association, to Speak at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Nurses Week
Apr 22, 2015
Dr. Pamela Cipriano, President of American Nurses Association, to Speak at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Nurses Week Lahey Hospital & Medical Center hosting free events for the public for Nurses Week 2015 BURLINGTON, MA (April 22, 2015)
LMCP Offers Real-World Medical Experience to High School Students
Apr 15, 2015
Peabody, MA – April 15, 2015 – Ever since she was a little kid, Emily Bettencourt always dreamt of being a doctor. Growing up, the Peabody High School senior took care of her dolls like they were her little
Change of Leadership at Beverly and Addison Gilbert, Winchester Hospitals
Nov 4, 2014
Phil Cormier and Dale Lodge to succeed retiring Denis Conroy and Kevin Smith.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center News
Jan 9, 2013
As you will notice on the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Web site, the hospital offers extraordinary care in virtually every clinical specialty and sub-specialty. Many of our physicians and health care providers are nationally recognized for their expertise and, as a result, their insights are often sought by journalists and bloggers from all over the world. This news section highlights some of the news releases and articles featuring input from Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and its clinical staff.
NECC Recall Information
Oct 18, 2012
The FDA will release a list of every healthcare organization and provider who has purchased any product from NECC.
Officers and Trustees of New Lahey Health System Board of Trustees Announced
Sep 18, 2012
Lahey Health System announced today the business and education leaders, legal experts, physicians and entrepreneurs who will form the new Lahey Health System Board of Trustees.
Lahey Clinic’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Participates in Five Cutting-Edge Clinical Trials
Sep 13, 2012
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Lahey Clinic remains at the forefront of clinical research through its participation in five transnational, multicenter clinical trials for fracture care.
Lahey Clinic and Medical Development Group to Hold Jointly-Sponsored September 19th Forum
Sep 13, 2012
Lahey Clinic and The Medical Development Group announce a jointly
sponsored forum on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 entitled “Clinical
World Is the Critical Partner for New Products and Technology,” focusing
on examples of recent cooperative relationships between Lahey’s
Department of Urology, with support from Radiology, and local medical
Northeast Health System and Lahey Clinic Foundation Complete Affiliation Agreement; Officially Establish Lahey Health System
Apr 30, 2012
Northeast Health System and Lahey Clinic Foundation announced today that their affiliation agreement is complete and they have officially established the Lahey Health System.
Lahey Clinic Jumps Three to a Fourth Place Boston Metro Area Ranking in U.S. News & World Report's 2011-2012 Best Hospitals Survey
Lahey Clinic has been ranked fourth in the Boston-area in U.S. News & World Report's Best Hospitals metro area rankings. The Clinic moved up three positions in the rankings as compared to last year’s results.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Offers Life-Changing Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery for Patients with Parkinson’s Disease
The Neurosurgery Movement Disorders Symposium will be held Saturday, April 20, from 9 am to 12 pm, at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center. This event is free and open to the public.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Operating Normal Business Hours
Caution: Under today's circumstances, please be aware that Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington, Massachusetts is open for business as usual. However, if you live in any of the communities that the state police have shut down this morning, call your physician's office or the hospital's main line at 781-744-5100 to reschedule your appointment.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Announces $40,000 in Community-Based Grants
Five local organizations to receive funds to implement programs addressing community health concerns.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center's Wayne Saltsman, MD, PhD, Appointed to Massachusetts Board of Registration of Nursing Home Administrators
Seasoned geriatric practitioner will be the only physician on the MRNHA board.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Welcomes Linda Moulton as CEO of Executive & International Health
Seasoned Executive Charged with Growing Lahey’s Global Presence Burlington, MA (September 2, 2015) – Lahey Hospital & Medical Center (LHMC) recently announced that Linda Moulton has been named CEO of its Executive & International Health programs. In this newly created
Women Face Different Heart Risks than Men, Study Finds
Burlington, MA (February 1, 2016) – Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women, but according to a recent study from the American Heart Association, heart attacks and heart disease continue to be underdiagnosed and untreated in women.The
Lowell program combines locally grown food, culinary instruction
Burlington, MA (February 5, 2016) – Four in ten families in the city of Lowell do not have access to fresh produce in their neighborhood. To combat this alarming statistic, Lahey Health has partnered with Mill City Grows — a
Weight Loss Research Looking at Patient’s Genes
By the time patients reach Dr. Dmitry Nepomnayshy, many of them have tried numerous weight loss diets, pills and sometimes weight loss surgery. They’re desperate to lose weight. Many of his patients are frustrated as they see friends, relatives and
Hockey Player Suffers Heart Attack, Saved on the Ice
BURLINGTON, MA (February 3, 2016) – Shortly after playing in a pick up ice hockey game the Sunday after Thanksgiving, Brian Martin suffered a sudden cardiac arrest, according to the Community Advocate Newspaper.The Hudson, Mass. resident was saved thanks to
Lahey Health and Lahey Clinic Foundation Appoint New Members to Boards of Trustees
James Conway, Kerry Healey, PhD, Timothy Liesching, MD, and Elizabeth Pattullo join Lahey Health board David S.B. Lang and Linda Russell McGoldrick join Lahey Clinic Foundation boardBURLINGTON, MA (February 8, 2016) – Lahey Health announced today the addition of James
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center First in New England to Offer Advanced Genome Technology to aid in Lung Cancer Diagnosis
Innovative procedure significantly increases the certainty of bronchoscopy results
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Appoints New Chief Nursing Officer
Tracy Galvin, MSN, RN, to serve as new executive leader
Lahey Loses Iconic Physician
Dr. Carl Bartels’ career at Lahey Clinic began in 1949 with a simple handshake.
A Sick Nurse’s “Work Family” Honors Her
Photo caption Susan Greene (left) and Deanna Walsh after the ceremony in her hospice facility where she received her 30 year service pin. When Susan Greene received her diagnosis of lung cancer seven years ago, she
Peabody Nurse Receives March DAISY Award
Arlene Delaney, MSN, RN, CNOR, Operating Room, received the March DAISY Award, an
international program rewarding the extraordinary clinical skill and
compassionate care delivered by nurses.
High School Students Make Rounds at LHMC
Burlington High School senior Bryanna Norden has a big decision to make:
whether to attend Stonehill College or Assumption College this coming
7 Nutrition “Facts” the Internet is Lying to You About
Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet, especially when it
comes to diet and nutrition tips. In honor of National Nutrition Month,
dietitians at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center are debunking the
Internet’s biggest nutrition myths.
A Life Vest in Rough Waters
After nearly cancelling an appointment because pain had subsided,
Sandy was stunned when she learned she was suffering from Stage 1
carcinoma; a tumor was detected at the base of her tongue.
Teacher Learns a Lesson in Compassionate Care
Teacher Jessie Dupre, 24, was in the middle of a lesson in her fifth grade classroom when she got a severe pain in her chest.
Peabody Colleague Brightens People’s Days
Karen Norman receives Colleague Service Excellence Award
Learn More About a New Option For Weight Loss
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center will hold an informational session
for community residents on a state-of-the-art weight loss procedure.
Colleague Rewarded for her Impressive Drive
Deb Campaniello Named March Colleague of the Month. Deb Campaniello’s work day begins with a 45-mile commute from the Worcester area.
New Program Offers Ladder for Aspiring Nurse Leaders
Maria Avelar considers herself an ambitious person. The 10-year
veteran nurse at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center has been acting as a
charge nurse since early in her tenure. So last year, Maria jumped at
the opportunity to apply for a new role, called a tertiary nurse leader,
which would give her leadership opportunities in her unit and beyond.
Community Program Cooks Up Good Health
Barbara Sabbag, Diane Casey and Irene Price all love to cook. The three
women live in a senior citizen housing community in Bedford, Mass.,
where they regularly prepare meals.
Pooches Provide Lahey Patients Pick-Me-Ups
Linda Bond sat in her hospital bed, feeling scared. It was her third day at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, and tests concluded she needed stents placed in her heart, a procedure she would undergo later that day.
Neighborly Advice Leads to Quick Recovery for New Hampshire Man
It didn’t hit him right away, but as the days and weeks advanced, Jeff Hillier became more anxious about his upcoming surgery.
New Spine Study Works to Empower Patients
It started with regular back pain, but once he started losing feeling in
his feet, Joel Blumberg, a cardiologist, decided it was time to see a
The Toughest Conversation: A Matter of Life and Death
The hardest discussion you’ll have with your loved ones will be about death.
Brain Cancer Survivor Sings for the Sox
John Lema was 9 years old when his parents drove him to his first Red
Sox game at Fenway Park in their bright yellow AMC Hornet wagon. On
April 27, nearly 40 years later, he’ll return to the historic ballpark
with his parents – this time in a limo.
Suzanne Olbricht, MD, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Chair of Dermatology, named President-Elect of the American Academy of Dermatology
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center
is proud to announce that Suzanne Olbricht, MD, FAAD, Chair of Dermatology, was
recently named president-elect of the
American Academy of Dermatology, the world’s largest dermatologic society.
OR Nurse Who Anticipates All, Surprised by Award
Meg Dennehy, RN, of the Operating Room, received the April DAISY Award,
an international program rewarding the extraordinary clinical skill and
compassionate care delivered by nurses.
Donor’s Last Minute Change Leads to $1M Bequest
James Freeman was a self-made man who knew the value of a dollar, having grown up during the Great Depression.
Raising the Bar on Gift Giving
Over the course of their lives, people give and receive a lot of gifts.
Toy trucks. Dolls. A tool kit. Earrings. Even a new car. Attendees
at a Lahey Hospital & Medical Center event on April 27 have given
or received something far more profound — the gift of life.
Lahey Medical Center, Peabody, to Host Women’s Health Event
To help community members answer questions they may
have on menopause, Lahey Health will be hosting a free women’s health event on May 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lahey Medical
New Study Links Lung Screening Program to Kicking Smoking
Participants in a lung cancer screening program at Lahey
Hospital & Medical Center are more likely to quit smoking and avoid relapse
than smokers nationwide, according to a new study in The Journal of Thoracic Disease.
Researcher hopes to stick it to chemo side effects
Study evaluates acupuncture’s ability to improve quality of life
The Future of OxyContin
In response to a recent article by the Los
Angeles Times focusing
on the popular opioid painkiller, OxyContin, Boston Magazineinterviewed local doctors to get their thoughts on the drug.
Delivering That Much-Needed Smile
Maria Petkiewich named Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s May Colleague of the Month
Danvers Family Walking to Remember
longtime Danvers resident had been diagnosed with lung cancer seven months
earlier, but it was Dec. 24 when his phone rang.
Research Examines Link Between Weight and Genetics
Kimberly Rieger Christ, PhD, Director, Cancer Research, and Director, Translational Research, works in a lab at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center. Rieger Christ works with Dmitry Nepomnayshy, MD, on weight loss research.By the time patients reach Dmitry
Community Members Took Charge of the Change
Free event about menopause aims to inform women.
Always Looking Out for Others
Judy Zager, Human Resource Generalist and Volunteer Coordinator at Lahey
Medical Center, Peabody, is the latest recipient of the Colleague
Service Excellence Award.
6Central Nurses Honor Their “Mom”
Veteran night nurse receives May DAISY Award
Seamless Coordination and Fast Action Save a Life
The morning of Feb. 12 began as most did for the Morris family. Around 8
a.m., Eric Morris was getting ready for work upstairs in his Brookline,
N.H. home, while his wife Kristen prepared lunches downstairs for their
two teenage daughters.
'Her Patients Were Her Family, Too'
Lahey Nurse Remembered, Doctor Honored in Annual Award Ceremony
Renewed Hope for Migraine Sufferers
National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month in June is intended to
raise awareness of the significant impact of migraines and the wide
range of successful treatments that are available.
Lahey Leads with Lung Academy
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center physicians are sharing their
expertise in CT lung cancer screening on a national scale through an
online education product, designed in partnership with a MeVis, a German
medical solution company.
A Spirit Lives On For Future Generations of Health Care Providers.
Before her sudden passing in June 2015, Patricia “Pattie” Grady had a tremendous impact on North Shore communities. As Executive Director of Ambulatory Clinical Services at Lahey Medical Center in Peabody, she helped launched multiple programs, one
Clinic Assistant at Lahey Is Lead Author of Abstract In Prestigious Medical Journal
For Jesslynne Harvey, a clinic assistant with Lahey Hospital &
Medical Center’s Department of Colon and Rectal Surgery, what started as
a simple question seven years ago has ended in publication in a
prestigious medical journal.
Lahey Health Cancer Institute Selected for Major CMS Initiative to Promote More Coordinated Cancer Care
Lahey Health is the only Hospital System in Greater Boston Selected to participate BURLINGTON, MA (July 8, 2016) The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) today announced that it has selected the Lahey Health Cancer Institute as one of
New Residents Get Some Downtime, Enjoy BBQ
Dmitry Nepomnayshy, MD, knows a thing or two about residency the long hours and relentless pages, not to mention that feeling you’re drowning in emergencies. Nepomnayshy came to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center as a resident in 1996,
Lahey Clinic Foundation Appoints Greg Schmergel to its Board of Trustees
Burlington, MA (July 26, 2016) – Lahey Health announced today the addition of Greg Schmergel to the Lahey Clinic Foundation Board of Trustees. He will provide governance and leadership to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and its senior leadership
Lahey Specialist Revises Textbook on Care of Critically Ill Patients
The chairman of the Department of Surgical Critical Care at Lahey
Hospital & Medical Center has coedited the third edition of the
textbook he helped create – which has served for 16 years as a valuable
resource for practitioners who care for the critically ill.
Healthy Eating with Exercise
Elite athletes prepare for years in hopes of taking home the gold. In
addition to the countless hours spent training, they also spend time
focusing on good nutrition to fuel their workouts.
The Healing Power of Art
Mike Toomey talks about the impact art had in his life at PaintFest – a nationwide tour that engages local cancer communities in the healing power of art. In Massachusetts, the PaintFest America event was held in partnership with the
The Journey to a New Emergency Department Q&A with Dominic Gagnon
The new Emergency Department (ED) currently under construction at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is a massive project requiring an enormous amount of planning and coordination – not to mention five Olympic sized swimming pools worth of dirt, 705 tons
Sepsis Patient Benefits from Quick Diagnosis
Frank Zaganjori was unfamiliar with sepsis until it almost took his life last October. Now, he knows the frightening condition quite well. What started off as a minor urinary tract infection turned life threatening in just a handful of hours.
Prominent Sponsoring Organizations Lead the Charge for Change in Gender Equity Through the Carol Emmott Fellowship for Women Leaders in Health
The Carol Emmott Fellowship, a newly formed fellowship for women leaders
in health aimed at addressing gender inequity in health leadership,
will launch its inaugural program on November 1, 2016. In support of
this ground-breaking program, a select group of 12 esteemed
organizations are committed to sponsoring this year’s first class of
“She Saved My Life”
Delta airlines flight attendant Pam Taylor was passing through the cabin
on a flight from Bermuda to Boston when she recognized one of the
passengers – and to Pam, this was no ordinary passenger.